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Adding Water

Postby Slevin » Mon 16 Jul, 2007 10:43

I've got an above ground pool. My chloriene, ph, alk., etc are all good. I just did my weekly shock treatment yesterday.

I need to add some water to my pool from slash out and evaporation. It's probably about 2" of water in an 18' pool. What's the best way to keep my chemical levels "in the green" after adding the new water. Thanks.


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Postby Backglass » Mon 16 Jul, 2007 12:03

2" in an 18' pool isn't enough water to radically change your chlorine. Just retest after topping off and see!
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